Photographs from Elsewhere – Divergence at FotoFreo…

I’m very proud to be exhibiting Postcards from Home as well as some of my Brit Pop portraits in the exhibition Elsewhere  along side Magnum photographer Martin Parr

FotoFreo kicks off this week with Divergence: Photographs from Elsewhere, a massive showcase of contemporary photography by over sixty artists based in fifteen countries. The project will transform the old Victorian Midland Railway Workshops into a panorama of images…

The other photographers i’m equally proud to be exhibiting alongside are,  Sohrab Hura, Kataki Sheth and Bharat Sikka. All very interesting and inspiring photographers from India. I met Sohrab at the Delhi Photo Festival last year and i’m looking forward to seeing his slideshows and exhibition later this week. It all starts on Wednesday March 14th, 6pm and promises to be a great night with Sohrab showing multi- media projections on the outside wall of the foundry building.

And whilst i’m writing this i’m also preparing my talk and slideshows for Saturday 17th, which is going to be a day packed full with artist talks (including two Magnum legends Martin Parr and Raghu Rai), slideshows and performance… should be a good day. You can check the program here. If you’re in Perth or the south-west (or even over east!), i hope to see you there… For everyone else i’ll try to report back here soonest with some photos…

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6 thoughts on “Photographs from Elsewhere – Divergence at FotoFreo…

  1. eva

    Sam, congrats and good luck!

    I wonder if Sohrab Hura sells prints.. fell in love with one of his pictures (well, more than one, but one in particular) when I saw it at a show in Winterthur.. oh, and your/my book, keep it for another while please.. will come and pick it up 🙂

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    1. samharrisphoto Post author

      Eva! thanks… i’ll see what the situation is with Sohrab and let you know… ‘pick it up’ : )) that must mean you’re coming downunder for head on? that’s great to hear. looking forward to meeting you. until then i’ll keep your book safe, cheers Sam (and you’re always welcome over here too…)

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